A werewolf can recover from wounds that would be fatal to a human being, so it can be said they could suffer an unnaturaly long life span. If they aren't hunted down and killed by angry villagers, can a werewolf die of old age?
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Depends entirely on canon. I have seen different ranges, from:
10 years from the date of conversion (Mercedes Thompson Series)
Normal human lifespan
Triple human lifespan seems to be a common trope
I've never heard of immortal werewolves, but Underworld's original one, William Corvinus, survived for 800 years fully intact, with seemingly no food/water to boot. There are implications that people with Corvinus Strain are immortal, but no proof AFAIK.